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Jul 7, 2011 11:00pm EDT
a big boom. i thought it was lightning but they say it might have been a tornado. the roof came flying over, my other son dug us all out. >> reporter: eyewitness news spoke to the batallion chief. we understand 20 to 30 people throughout the county not just this area are unable to live in their homes due to damage. that means here in lansdowne as well as dundock. we understand that the red cross is trying to help those displaced. we don't have any injuries or reports of injuries right now, the bad news about all of this is there's a lot of damage that has to be repaired. i imagine it's going to be daybreak before people assess the damage. >> we understand that kai. first warning weather coverage continues with bob turk and the watches and warnings still in effect. >> tomorrow, all day long we have a flash flood watch in effect. we still have flood flash warnings in effect for the next 20 minutes for baltimore county. we saw some heavy rains earlier. a few reports as much as 3- inches of rain fell an hour, hour and a half. right now pretty good storms across northern sections of baltimo
Jul 27, 2011 11:00pm EDT
phones are big business. now a study concludes that using a mobile phone for a knew years doesn't raise a child's risk of brain cancer. >> i like to call my mom after activities, text my friends, see what they are doing. >> reporter: looked at hundreds of brain cancer patients and say they were not likely to have been more mobile phone users. >> i have read studies that say it does and i'm more concerned about what i'm walking around breathing. >> reporter: says the study falls short because it doesn't look at long term use. >> the child that begins using the phone at age 7, when they are 47, after 4 decades is there risk -- their risk of developing brain cancer higher. >> perhaps parents shoe evaluate -- should evaluate how much their children use the phones. their skulls are thinner. >> long term use, if it has -- it could have an effect but no i haven't really changed my cell phone usage. >> reporter: experts say another way to keep safe is using some of the options your cell phone has, some of the hands free options, including using ear bugs and the. >> in may the world organization
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